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JingleBells

  • 3 years ago

Just been doing Problem Set 1: Found a great way to think of the continuity/discontinuity of a function,j ust think of time: the only real life continuous modal we've got and imagine that at one point in time, say 10pm last night: Continuity implies that whatever was happening (for example a hot chick was talking to you) at 9.59'59" and whatever was happening at 10.00'01" (she was till talking to you) was still happening then the function is continuous at x=10pm. And if she's talking to you one second and gone the next and you don't know what happened in-between then it has a point of discont

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    • 3 years ago
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    discontinuity!

  2. Neemo
    • 3 years ago
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    :D :D lol ! great thought ! but I don't think it's that simple ! but I liked it !

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